If you’ve been to the Caribbean or various other tropical vacation spots, then chances are you’ve seen a Mini Moke. Built from 1964 to 1993 in several parts of the world (and recently resurrected as an electric car), the diminutive open-top vehicle was made mainly from Mini parts, and is still popular for use as a beach buggy.
Now, French vehicle-design company Lazareth is offering a Moke replica that’s amphibious.
The 4WD vehicle is powered by a 400cc 4-valve engine, which takes it up to a top speed of 90 km/h (56 mph) on land.
Drive it into the water, and its integrated propeller can take over from the wheels within a matter of seconds, delivering an aquatic top speed of 7 knots (13 km/h or 8 mph).